Air Conditioning Articles

   
The Nutty Way to Solve Problems Before They Happen
by Brandon Rackler on March 5,2013

Ultimately, you want to make sure your air conditioner is working as safely and as efficiently as possible; that it’s preserving your healthy indoor environment – with better quality air and preventing hazardous conditions – and that you won’t face untimely breakdowns in the middle of a scorching hot summer...


Jon Wayne Supports the Wilson County Community and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
by Don Rackler on January 27,2012

Jon Wayne Heating & Air was working around the clock in Floresville, Texas last week, where employees volunteered to provide HVAC equipment and services to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. This build was the last project ever, for the award-winning television show, which relied on South Texas’ industry leader for residential heating and cooling equipment and service.


Picking the Right Furnace
by Don Rackler on November 16,2009

It does not matter if your system is relatively new or over 10 years old, you should have maintenance done to your heating and cooling system at least one time each year. Preferably twice a year. Just before the cold weather in the fall and again in the spring before Summer heat arrives. This is especially true if you have a gas furnace in your home.


$1,500 Tax Credit
by Brandon Rackler on August 7,2009

Yes, it’s true. You’re due a $1,500 gift from the government for the most comfortable and efficient heating & cooling system you've probably ever seen. Uncle Sam is going to help pay for you to get a new high efficiency system!


The Very Real Dangers of Carbon Monoxide
by David Bucchi on February 24,2009

Carbon Monoxide is the number one cause of poisonings in the U.S. Yet less than 5% of all CO Poisonings are reported! The safe and efficient operation of your heating equipment and other combustion appliances cannot be determined without testing using a calibrated combustion analyzer. Because the technology, instruments and training to do this testing correctly has only been available for a few years, odds are it’s never been done. Your service technician should be certified to properly test and


Lower Your Electric Bill and Save Money
by Don Rackler on August 27,2008

Did you know that your air conditioner is the biggest consumer of electricity in your home? During the summer and winter, your A/C usage can be as much as 50-70% of your total energy bill. Studies have shown that A/C energy use can be lowered by 10% to 30% in most homes without extreme effort. In older homes that number can be much higher. Here are some ways you can make your air conditioning system more efficient and ultimately save you money year round.


7 Things to Look For When Selecting a Good A/C Company in San Antonio
by Don Rackler on July 17,2008

If your air conditioner goes out on you this summer or you want to look into ways to lower your energy bills, finding the right air conditioning company can be a difficult task. Here are some ways you can avoid major hassles and wasted money by selecting the right contractor the first time.


Energy Saving Tips for San Antonio Residents
by David Bucchi on December 12,2006

Rising fuels costs have San Antonio homeowners searching for ways to conserve energy. Learn what you can do today to save money now and in the future.


 


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